Athens GR
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T.A.F. / the art foundation, one of the most active and creative organizations in the city, opened its doors to the public in May 2009 and has  has established itself as an open platform for cultural production and action.

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Bilbao E
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ZAWP stands for Zorrotzaurre Art Work in Progress, and it is the main project of the non-profit association Haceria Arteak, founded in 1997. The ZAWP movement was created in 2008 to address the newly-approved urban development 'masterplan' for the neighborhoods of Ribera de Deusto and Zorrotzaurre, in Bilbao (Basque Country), so it focuses on the meanwhile state in which it finds itself until the urbanism plan is finished. Today, it is a consolidated movement of many people who are working on the social, economic, and cultural revitalization of the landscape in which it is, through art, creation, intervention and the enhancement of its memory. 


La Terminal, Culture and Creativity Factory, is the multidisciplinary space for creation and exhibition that finds its place in the industrial spaces that characterize the island of Zorrotzaurre within the main project of ZAWP

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Broumov CZ
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In 1213 king Ottokar I of Bohemia gave the Broumov region to Benedictines from Břevnov Monastery in Prague. The former fortress was shortly after the year 1300 rebuilt to a monastery in Gothic style.

The Břevnov Monastery was burnt down by the Hussites in 1420 and Abbot Nicholas and some other Benedictines escaped to Broumov. It was an important moment for the Broumov Monastery, because it was preferred to the abbey and united with Břevnov into one single complex. Then it became one of the most important Benedictine monasteries in the Czech territory.

The boom in the history of the monastery was in the turn of the 17th and 18th century.  That time is associated with extensive constructions in baroque style. Abbot Thomas Sartorius began with the baroque reconstruction of the conventual church according to the project of Italian architect Martin Allio. The reconstruction of the church was finished in the time of Abbot Othmar Daniel Zinke and two important Bavarian architects Christoph and Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofers continued with the reconstruction of the whole monastery. They also newly built or rebuilt the majority of the churches around Broumov.

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California USA
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The Bombay Beach Biennale is an annual art festival held in Bombay Beach, California on the Salton Sea in the lowest community in the United States. It was co-founded by Tao Ruspoli, Stefan Ashkenazy, and Lily Johnson White in 2016. The festival features both temporary pieces and permanent installations and a drive-in theater.

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Cardiff UK
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CULTVR Lab is Europe’s first immersive cross-disciplinary space with a strong focus on digital arts, live performance and 360º cinema. This unique venue allows for immersive technologies to be developed, tested and deployed, exploring new methods for storytelling within immersive performances and presentations.Conceived by 4Pi Productions, the Lab creates an environment for producers, technologists, film and theatre makers, artists, academics and performers to come together in the pursuit of this unique medium’s capabilities.

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Genk BE
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LABIOMISTA is an evolving work of art by artist Koen Vanmechelen, situated on the foundations of a former zoo in Genk (BE). The 24-hectare park is an open-air exhibition with many of Vanmechelen’s (living) artworks and installations. It’s a garden of order and chaos, an arena of culture and nature. A wonder lab in which universal societal topics such as biocultural diversity and human rights are made concrete and turned into conversation pieces.

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  • Mechelse Redcap – 3rd Generation Cosmopolitan Chicken Project
    Koen Vanmechelen
Leipzig D
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As an independent art centre, HALLE 14 is a place for the presentation of contemporary art as well as a space for reflection and communication. As a non-profit organization, HALLE 14 serves the public interest in its artistic commitment. This goal is accomplished through projects such as exhibitions, an art library, an art education programme, a scholarship programme and a series of talks and discussions. 

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Mallorca E
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The Sa Bassa Blanca Museum (msbb) / the Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation focuses on the preservation and restoration of Heritage of Spanish Historic Patrimony and also the promotion of  educational, artistic and scientific potential in the sphere of biodiversity. Additionally, the promotion of the Fine Arts in general, painting and sculpture in particular, through the exhibition of works and the spread of knowledge in the field, as well as artistic interchange and realization of activities allowing access to those interested in such matters.

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Paris F
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The Centre Culturel Irlandais is Ireland's flagship cultural centre in Europe. The director and the staff of the CCI are appointed by the Fondation Irlandaise which has been responsible for the building and its activities since 1805.

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  • Advent of the Inevitable (Raft Project)
    Rita Duffy
Riga LV
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The renovated VEF Culture Palace is the largest cultural organization in Latvia that houses 44 amateur collectives and is of National Cultural heritage importance - a modern environment for learning about cultural history, high-quality artistic expressions, creative initiative and implementation of innovative ideas.  The high-quality contribution of professionals with the creativity and ingenuity of amateur art enthusiasts is intertwined and balanced in the operation of the Culture Palace. While preserving and respecting historical values, the emphasis is on modern, stimulating and inspiring interpretation, implementation and development of artistic processes.

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Tokyo JP
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The Container is a contemporary art gallery. As the name suggests, the physical space is a constructed shipping container (485x180x180cm), housed inside of BROSS hair salon in Nakameguro, Tokyo.

Founded and directed by Shai Ohayon, the Container is designed to encourage visitors to engage with contemporary works though unique curation that puts emphasis on democratizing art and featuring works of conceptual and socio-activist flavour, while prioritising the accessibility of contemporary ideas to the general public.

The Container invites Japanese and international artists to make site-specific installations four times a year. Each installation remains on view to the public for two-and-a-half months. Since 2013, The Container also publishes full-colour, bilingual (Jap/Eng) exhibition catalogues, available on Amazon worldwide as well as a variety of online publishers and academic libraries across the US.

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